Upcoming Events By Month

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Sep 2

Wednesday Sep 2, 2020

Virtual Competition: EUROCUP Trivia Night

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Location: Online

Euro Cup

Does your hall have what it takes to win the EUROCUP? On Wednesday, September 2 from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m., join the Nanovic Institute for Notre Dame's second-ever EUROCUP trivia competition!

This inter-dorm competition puts your team's collective knowledge of Europe to the test. Every residence hall on campus is invited to field teams of three to five (3-5) students to compete in this fun night of European-themed trivia. While the hall that fields the most students in this year's virtual event will be awarded the EUROCUP Junior, only the most knowledgeable hall will earn the right to display the EUROCUP for the next year. If you think you have what it takes to dethrone the reigning champions, Lewis Hall, register below!…

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Sep 3

Thursday Sep 3, 2020

Democratization Theory Research Cluster Organizational Meeting (VIRTUAL)

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All faculty and graduate students are welcome. There will be a presentation of the cluster's focal research areas in which new and existing members can get involved. 


Please register here. 


For additional information on the research activities of the Democratization Theory Research Cluster

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Sep 4

Friday Sep 4, 2020

Literatures of Annihilation, Exile & Resistance: Neda Maghbouleh Reading

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Location: Virtual Webinar

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Featuring Neda Maghbouleh, Associate Professor of Sociology and Canada Research Chair in Migration, Race, and Identity, University of Toront. oLiteratures of Annihilation, Exile & Resistance: An Interdisciplinary Approach to the Global Middle East and North Africa is a bi-annual symposium and lecture series that focuses on the study of literatures that have been shaped by histories of territorial and linguistic politics, colonialism, military domination, and gross human rights violations. 

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Sep 9

Wednesday Sep 9, 2020

Arts & Letters Advanced Degree Online "Career Communities" - Build Your Plan Alongside Your Peers

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Location: https://notredame.zoom.us/j/97230814637?pwd=VlpSMUlicWFSOVVETW1wYTRoL0JVQT09

During this session, you will learn how to build your professional network and a strategic plan within career paths of interest alongside fellow graduate students, postdocs, and recent alumni through advanced degree (Master’s and Ph.D.) "Career Communities". The communities include targeted resource libraries, curated alumni contacts, live updates/notifications, messaging for questions and resource sharing, and more. You can opt-in and opt-out of different groups whenever you would like. The initiative is meant to enhance resources such as LinkedIn and Irish Compass

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Sep 9

Wednesday Sep 9, 2020

Virtual Lecture: “What, If Anything, Is Europe? And Who Is European?” with Nanovic Faculty Fellow Felipe Fernández-Armesto

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Location: Online

 

 

Europe´s impossible to define without exciting objections. Europeans are hard to profile without offending somebody or everybody. So in European studies do we literally not know what we're talking about? Felipe Fernández-Armesto looks at what Europe has meant to people in the past, what it means to those who contest the term now, and what it might come to mean in the future.…

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Sep 11

Friday Sep 11, 2020

Dalia Mogahed: "Islamophobia"

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Location: via Zoom

Mogahed

Building an Anti-Racist Vocabulary

Join the Klau Center for Civil and Human Rights as Dalia Mogahed, Director of Research, Institute for Social Policy and Understanding, explores Islamophobia. Mogahed is former Executive Director of the Gallup Center for Muslim Studies, where she led the analysis of surveys of Muslim communities worldwide. With John L. Esposito, she co-authored the book Who Speaks for Islam? What a Billion Muslims Really Think

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Sep 14

Monday Sep 14, 2020

Arts & Letters Advanced Degree Online "Career Communities" - Build Your Plan Alongside Your Peers

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Location: https://notredame.zoom.us/j/97966720582?pwd=RnZwZHc3VlZWVjM1Y1VTSGJzNGkzQT09

During this session, you will learn how to build your professional network and a strategic plan within career paths of interest alongside fellow graduate students, postdocs, and recent alumni through advanced degree (Master’s and Ph.D.) "Career Communities". The communities include targeted resource libraries, curated alumni contacts, live updates/notifications, messaging for questions and resource sharing, and more. You can opt-in and opt-out of different groups whenever you would like. The initiative is meant to enhance resources such as LinkedIn and Irish Compass

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Sep 14

Monday Sep 14, 2020

Diversity and Inclusion Networking Event 

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Location: Virtual

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Diversity and Inclusion Networking Event
Monday, September 14, 7:45-9:45 p.m.

New for 2020, this networking event will provide an opportunity for students to meet with employers who are committed to advancing diversity and inclusion in the workplace.

Employers will be able to speak about their diversity and inclusion efforts, programming, and how they are making it a priority in their organization.

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Sep 15

Tuesday Sep 15, 2020

2020 Virtual Fall Career Fair

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Location: Virtual

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Open to all Notre Dame undergraduate and graduate students, this is Notre Dame's centralized career fair that traditionally brings more than 200 employers from all industries to meet with more than 3,000 students. The fair format will utilize the new Handshake's virtual career fair platform and include one-on-one sessions and employer presentations.…

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Sep 16

Wednesday Sep 16, 2020

Virtual Webinar: Primary Source Research in the Time of COVID-19

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Location: Online

Are you designing a research project during the time of COVID-19? If so, how will you locate and access quality primary sources? This webinar, offered by curators from the Hesburgh Libraries' Rare Books and Special Collections department, will offer tools and tips for conducting research online and adapting your research process to a virtual environment. This session will be tailored to participants’ specific projects and research questions. There will also be time immediately following for optional small group or one-on-one discussion with the session leaders.…

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Sep 17

Thursday Sep 17, 2020

Beyond Shaming: Compliance with the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (VIRTUAL)

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Work-in-Progress Seminars are designed to generate in-depth discussion of new scholarly work. In accordance with University guidelines for social distancing, these seminars will offer a possibility of remote participation. To attend either in person or virtually, please register here

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Sep 17

Thursday Sep 17, 2020

So You Want to Talk About Human Trafficking?

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Location: https://notredame.zoom.us/j/4821083452

Notre Dame's Student Chapter of International Justice Mission will host a ZOOM discussion about Human Trafficking on Thursday, September 17 at 7:00 p.m.

https://notredame.zoom.us/j/4821083452

Sponsored by: University of Notre Dame Department of Political Science and the Gamma Delta Chapter of Pi Sigma Alpha…

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Sep 18

Friday Sep 18, 2020

Mehrsa Baradaran: "Racial Wealth Gap"

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Location: via Zoom

Baradaran

Building an Anti-Racist Vocabulary

Join the Klau Center for Civil and Human Rights as Mehrsa Baradaran, professor of law at the University of California Irvine, explores the racial wealth gap. Professor Baradaran writes about banking law, financial inclusion, and inequality. Her scholarship includes The Color of Money: Black Banks and the Racial Wealth Gap

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Sep 22

Tuesday Sep 22, 2020

National Voter Registration Day Tabling

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Location: Duncan Student Center, DeBartolo, South Dining Hall, and North Dining Hall

Learn about and register to vote at various locations across campus as part of Notre Dame Student Government's Civic Engagement Week. 

The dorm with the highest attendance at Civic Engagement Week events will win free ice cream!

Originally published at forum2020.conductor.nd.edu

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Sep 22

Tuesday Sep 22, 2020

National Voter Registration Day

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Location: Library Lawn

Join ND Votes and ND Athletics for a documentary and brief talk on the importance of voting and voter registration opportunities! This talk is part of part of Notre Dame Student Government's Civic Engagement Week. The dorm with the highest attendance at Civic Engagement Week events will win free ice cream!…

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Sep 23

Wednesday Sep 23, 2020

Understanding and Engaging Movements for Justice: Sarah Nahar

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Location: Virtual

Register for this event here.

The events of 2020 are laying bare inequalities that have long plagued the United States and the global community. The intersections of the pandemic, ongoing racialized violence, and hate-filled political rhetoric, combined with the volatility of the upcoming U.S. presidential elections, are exposing the costs of the status quo and pushing each of us to examine our role in advocating for justice. …

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Sep 24

Thursday Sep 24, 2020

Venezuela's Transition to Illiberalism, Vol. 1: Hugo Chávez and 21st Century Socialism (VIRTUAL)

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A Kellogg Work-in-Progress Seminar with Visiting Fellow David Smilde.

David Smilde
Kellogg Institute Visiting Fellow
Charles A. and Leo M. Favrot Professor of Human Relations, Tulane University
Senior Fellow, Washington Office on Latin America

Registration Required.

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Sep 25

Friday Sep 25, 2020

Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha: "Flint"

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Location: via Zoom

Hanna Attisha

Building an Anti-Racist Vocabulary

Join the Klau Center for Civil and Human Rights as Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha, director of the Michigan State University and Hurley Children’s Hospital Pediatric Public Health Initiative, explores the racial dimensions of the Flint water crisis. She is the author of What the Eyes Don’t See: A Story of Crisis, Resilience, and Hope in an American City

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